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  1. Selling premium genuine unopened Japanese Endless brake pads for Evo, GTR, Chaser, V35, Skyline, 350Z & WRX. Get the pads you won't look back on and last longer. There's a reason they are called Endless! Includes both front and rear for premium Jap pads! Available for various setups such as decent street upgrade over OEM with low dust, no noise and laster longing pad that bites well (SS-M) , street and track purpose that works good even when cold (MXRS) or a weekend track warrior that still drives home well even when cold (CC-Rg). Details below: SS-M | 0 -530 degrees C http://www.endless-sport.global/au/products/pad_1a/3 MXRS | 50-700 degrees C http://www.endlessusa.com/#!__brake-pads/mxrs CC-Rg | 50 - 800 degrees C http://www.endless-sport.global/au/products/pad_1a/117 - CC-Rg NOTE: The less the graph is coloured in yellow, the more aggressive the pad. Google reviews on these and you will know they are the real deal. FREE postage Australia Wide! Any questions just ask. Sold in complete sets only, price list below: Code Series Model Placement RRP You Pay EP400 SSM 350Z V35 350Z V35 Brembo Front $670.00 $560.00 EP408 SSM 350Z V35 350Z V35 Brembo rear EP400 MXRS 350Z V35 350Z V35 Brembo Front $718.00 $600.00 EP408 MXRS 350Z V35 350Z V35 Brembo rear EP400 CCRG 350Z V35 350Z V35 Brembo Front $792.00 $660.00 EP408 CCRG 350Z V35 350Z V35 Brembo rear EP357 SSM Evo V-X, Evo V-X, STi Brembo front $737.00 $560.00 EP291 SSM Evo V-IX, Evo V-IX, STi, R33/R34 Brembo rear EP357 MXRS Evo V-X, Evo V-X, STi Brembo front $718.00 $600.00 EP291 MXRS Evo V-IX, Evo V-IX, STi, R33/R34 Brembo rear EP357 CCRG Evo V-X, Evo V-X, STi Brembo front $831.60 $660.00 EP291 CCRG Evo V-IX, Evo V-IX, STi, R33/R34 Brembo rear EP290 SSM Nissan R33/R34, Nissan R33/R34, 350Z Brembo front $703.50 $540.00 EP291 SSM Nissan V-IX, Evo V-IX, STi, R33/R34 Brembo rear EP290 MXRS Nissan R33/R34, Nissan R33/R34, 350Z Brembofront $718.00 $560.00 EP291 MXRS Nissan V-IX, Evo V-IX, STi, R33/R34 Brembo rear EP290 CCRG Nissan R33/R34, Nissan R33/R34 Brembo, 350Z front $792.00 $600.00 EP291 CCRG Nissan V-IX, Evo V-IX, STi, R33/R34 Brembo rear EP351 SSM Subaru WRX Subaru WRX Front DB1170 $694.00 $560.00 EP231 SSM Subaru WRX Subaru WRX rear DB1220 EP351 MXRS Subaru WRX, Subaru WRX, Nissan R32,S14 Front $755.00 $600.00 EP231 MXRS Subaru WRX Subaru WRX rear DB1220 EP351 CCRG Subaru WRX, Subaru WRX, Nissan R32,S14 Front $792.00 $660.00 EP231 CCRG Subaru WRX Subaru WRX rear DB1220 EP292 SSM Chaser JZX100 Chaser JZX100 Front $737.00 $560.00 EP352 SSM Chaser JZX100 Chaser JZX100 Rear
  2. Vehicle Details Year: 1998 JZX Type: X100 Chaser Tourer V Transmission: Factory 5MT Colour: 6N9 KM: 123xxx Price: $20,000 (without rims/seats/roof wing) Contact: 0424 141 211 Additional Details After a lot of thought I have decided I want to look into getting a cheaper daily/newer car. This is my third X100 and easily the best one that I have owned. It has been very reliable and a rewarding car to drive on the street and also the occasional track day. I received the car almost stock and all of the mods/parts/services have been done by myself or with the JZX guys @ 612 Autoworks. Many parts are less than 5000KM old. I am putting up the car as a complete package, but am willing to negotiate removal of parts for a price adjustment to suit a buyer's budget. The car currently has rego up until end of May, however a renewal + RWC can be discussed. Please contact me via mobile for any questions. I am not looking for any swaps unless it is a JZX90 with 5MT + sunroof with cash adjustment. Maintenance 100k service completed General service completed Tuesday 28/04/2014 New OEM diff bushes New Redline transmission fluid Diff fluid replaced Refreshed clutch master cyl New clutch slave cyl Mods Power Blitz K1-450V Turbo HKS Actuator Blitz Air Filter HKS Intake (J-Pipe delete) Blitz FMIC Denso 850cc injectors Walbro 255LP/H fuel pump Stupid rare Trust DD twin pipe exhaust Koyorad 2layer copper radiator Action Stage 3 clutch (Rated to 370rwkw) from US TRD Radiator cap HKS F-Con V Pro V3.14 ECU w/3Bar map sensor Turbotech bleed valve Tuned by Trent @ Chequered Tuning. Makes 240RWKW & 460NM of torque by 3200RPM (16psi) Brakes/Susp/Wheels Znoelli slotted front rotors Znoelli front pads Fresh OEM rear pads Almost new Silkroad RM/A8 coilovers TRD swaybars Tom's triangle brace 18x9/10 Blitz BRW 03 rims Nexen N6000 all 80%+ tread GSP purple wheel nuts + lock nuts Interior/Exterior OEM weathershields OEM lip kit Clear side indicators Clearworld smoked corner indicators No spoiler boot (no holes) Rare OEM factory rear visor TRD gear knob 2x Bride Brix 1.5 seats on genuine superlow rails Polk audio speakers Alpine head unit Alpine 5ch amp Mongoose M80G 3pt immobilizer/alarm/keyless entry Things that may need attention in future (I want to be completely honest about condition as the car is a very solid package overall) Castor arm bushes are a bit cracked Rear upper arm bush has a bit of play Rear quarters have small inside-out pin dents (common on these cars due to only a single skin panel) Drivers mirror has a bit of free-play movement General wear and tear on paint few light scratches here and there. Front bar and lip has stone chips etc. Small scuff on corner of rear bar Pics:
  3. Our sale for this week is ISC N1 coilovers for JZX90 - JZX100. Get in quick for $999!! http://www.isccoilovers.com.au/jzx90--jzx100-isc-n1-coilovers
  4. S15 Silvia Vs Chaser

    Hey ladies & gents just wanting to get some opinions! I've been looking to buy a S15 Silvia for over 6 months now & just haven't come across one that I've thought was a great opportunity. Recently while searching for a Silvia I came across a Toyota Chaser mark II manual with 150xxx on the clock, for 15ono. Basically would like to hear from some owners of each, & really anyone who can put some helpful input into this, giving me some pro's cons etc. Thing would include: which car is better for Modding, power, handling, fuel consumption, strength, wheel offsets, getting parts for, resale value, & Insurance and Rego costs. Looks wise I'm personally more a fan of the Silvia, I think the interior looks a lot 'newer' and just a good looking car, the sr20det is a good motor, not a power house but it gets by, the 6 speed box from what I've heard is shit house.. fuel wise I'm assuming it would be much of a much? Anyway thanks to anyone for the input!
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